Author Archives: William Bohl
Some nights, the Wolves’ archaic attitude toward threes doesn’t stick out as much. This was not one of those nights.
Like KG, I don’t really “do” the whole “second night of a back-to-back’ thing. Also, like KG, I drew some inspiration from the crowd (Twitter) to help me get through it.
Believe it or not, there was more to last night’s victory than just highlight dunks, though I’d argue those were the real stories, because hot damn, they were fun.
Despite the angst, despite the desperation, despite the worry, it’s important to remember that there’s time.
Kevin Martin has been made available in trade talks – exploring what it means, what the Wolves could get for him, and what’ll happen in the meantime.
Leaving Kevin Martin to square off against Gallinari one-on-one is an x’s and o’s gaffe that is going to stick out for awhile.
Kobe Bryant seems to be holding the Lakers hostage; Kevin Garnett seems to be a foul-mouthed tour guide escorting the young Timberwolves to success.
It’s a small way to measure rebuilding success, and it might even sound like a backhanded compliment (or the product of very low expectations), but the Wolves haven’t been blown out much in their 17 games, and that’s a really good sign.
Over the past couple of seasons, NBA.com has made Synergy Sports data more and more available in ever-increasing detail. While the numbers certainly shouldn’t be taken as Gospel, and subjective factors must always be kept in mind, it can be quite informative to jump into the advanced statistics in an attempt to learn a little […]
What we can learn by listening instead during the quiet times…